Thank you for the reply Karabiner:)
Yes, it was counterbalanced. Isn't the between subject factor what differed between the groups? So, one group was given caffeine on the first testing and the other on the other day. All other things were the same for all participants.
I am mainly wondering...
I was wondering if anyone could give me some pointers about how to analyze my thesis experiment.
We had 12 participants, each performed something called "Random dot motion" cognitive tests with coffee
and decaffinated coffee (randomly counterbalanced) on two separate days.